Travis Litman Joins Wilkinson Barker Knauer as Partner in DC Office

WASHINGTON, DC — Wilkinson Barker Knauer, LLP (WBK) is pleased to announce Travis Litman has joined the firm as a Partner in the Washington, DC, office. Travis joins the firm after serving as Acting Chief of Staff to the Federal Communications Commission, prior to which he served for many years as Senior Advisor and Chief of Staff to then Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel.

Travis brings unparalleled insights into the priorities of this Administration’s communications policy and played a key role in top FCC initiatives including emergency funding, universal service, broadband mapping, and enforcement. He also served as Counsel to the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, building longstanding relationships and deep expertise with key Congressional offices and committees.

Prior to his government service, Travis built his early legal career at Wilkinson – we are honored and excited to welcome his return!

“For more than a decade, Travis has been at the forefront of every major communications policy issue facing the country,” said Bryan Tramont, Managing Partner at Wilkinson. “We welcome his deep expertise in both the substance and the processes that our clients must navigate every day. His drive, strategic vision, and values will build a valuable part of the Firm’s future.”

“I’ve known Travis since he was a law student and watched his career blossom based on a deep interest and dedication to communications and technology law,” added Raymond Gifford, Managing Partner at WBK’s Denver office. “I cannot wait to have him as a colleague who brings that expertise and passion to WBK.”

“I am honored to join the talented team at WBK, a firm that sets the bar for expertise and client service in the communications, energy, and emerging technology sectors,” said Travis Litman. “The legal and regulatory landscape is fast-changing and WBK stays one step ahead with smart and practical guidance for its clients.”

Travis holds a B.A. in History from Lewis & Clark College and received his J.D. from the University of Colorado School of Law.

Additional information about Travis can be found here.